Canada to end bombing mission against ISIS

2016-02-08 22:05

Canada's prime minister says the country's six fighter jets will end their airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria within the next two weeks.

5 die in avalanche in British Columbia

2016-01-30 10:00

British Columbia's coroner's service says five people have died in an avalanche in the western Canadian province near the community of McBride

3 Canadians infected abroad by Zika virus

2016-01-29 11:25

Three Canadians have been infected with the Zika virus while travelling abroad, Canadian health authorities say, raising the possibility of new blood donor restrictions to prevent the disease's spread.

Tribunal: Canada discriminated against aboriginal children

2016-01-26 19:18

A Canadian human rights tribunal has ruled Canada's federal government discriminated against children on aboriginal reserves in its funding of child welfare services.

7 hurt on American Airlines jet; plane diverts to Canada

2016-01-25 08:37

Seven people were taken to hospital after an American Airlines plane from Miami to Milan made an emergency landing in Newfoundland after the jet briefly encountered severe turbulence.

Remote Canada community reeling after 4 shot dead

2016-01-23 21:24

A remote aboriginal community in western Canada has been left reeling after a gunman opens fire at a school and a home, killing 4 people and severely wounding at least 2 others.

American Great Lakes need protection

2016-01-20 17:04

A US-Canadian agency says both nations are protecting Great Lakes water from being overused or sent elsewhere but more needs to be done.

Cirque reorganises to win over Broadway, China

2016-01-15 15:30

Canadian-based Cirque du Soleil, acquired by Chinese and US investors, has undertaken changes that have been criticised internally.

Canadian pilot dies after falling into Antarctic crevasse

2016-01-13 10:00

A Canadian helicopter pilot has died at an Australian Antarctic base a day after falling into an icy crevasse, officials say.

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Canada protects ancient Pacific coast forest from logging, hunting

2016-02-02 11:00

Decades of protests and then negotiations that brought together loggers, natives and environmental activists resulted in a landmark deal to protect a huge swath of forest on Canada's Pacific coast.

China accuses Canadian of carrying out spying missions

2016-01-29 13:24

China says it has evidence that a Canadian man charged with spying and stealing Chinese state secrets carried out assignments for Canadian intelligence agencies.

Canada frees Air India bomber

2016-01-27 22:38

Inderjit Singh Reyat, the only person to be convicted in the 1985 Air India bombings, has been released from a Canadian prison after serving two decades behind bars.

Shackled teen in court for mass Canada killing

2016-01-25 23:25

A teen charged with killing four people in a shooting at a school and a home in Western Canada, has stared at the floor for much of his first court appearance.

Canadian shooting: Teen charged with 4 murders

2016-01-24 18:05

A 17-year-old is facing four counts of first-degree murder following a mass shooting in an indigenous community in northern Canada.

4 dead in Canada school shooting

2016-01-23 07:27

Four people are dead and several others are critically injured after a school shooting in western Canada - the nation's worst such incident in a quarter of a century.

Canada excluded from anti-ISIS coalition meeting

2016-01-19 22:55

Canada has been excluded from a meeting of defence ministers in Paris to discuss the fight against Islamic State militants.

Better late: Canada welcomes 10 000th Syrian refugee

2016-01-13 21:57

Canada has welcomed its 10 000th Syrian refugee, the government has announced, although almost two weeks behind schedule and far fewer than it had originally planned to resettle by now.

Canadian held by Taliban since 2010 freed

2016-01-12 08:11

A Canadian man, held by the Taliban in Afghanistan since 2010, has been released, Canada's government has announced.

More than 40 horses killed in Canada stable fire

2016-01-05 17:14

More than 40 racehorses have died in a stable fire in Puslinch, Ontaria even though firefighers from several communities were called in to help contain the blaze.

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